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[Call of Cthulhu] In Strange Seas: Scenario Bundle! [BUNDLE]

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437115-thumb140.jpgA Drop of Nelson's Blood
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October 1815: it is 10 years since Lord Nelson fell at the Battle of Trafalgar, and a celebratory dinner is being hosted by Vice-Admiral Sir James Bell to commemorate this anniversary. The investigators, along with a small group of dignitaries, are invited to the administrative heart of the Royal Navy for what promises to be a memorable evening. Those gathered all harbour dark secrets, and something is out for their blood.  A Drop of Nelson's Blood is a Regency who-dunnit with a mythos twist, taking inspiration from the 19th Century sea shanty of the same name. With great roleplaying potential and lots of intrigue, this is a good gateway scenario for keepers and players who have not played in the Regency era before.  A Drop of Nelson's Blood is intended for 2-4 investigators to play in ...

437111-thumb140.jpgForbidden Seas and Perilous Coasts
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An In Strange Seas adventure for Regency Cthulhu. The crew of the HMS Reliable take a few days of rest to explore the Pura Vida islands, an archipelago known for their unique flora and fauna but encounter something far more otherworldly than they could have ever predicted. Including that someone has been to this island before. This scenario is designed to last for a short evening or as an interesting interlude for an In Strange Seas campaign. Contains 6 pregens for In Strange Seas adventures, as well as art by Evlyn Moreau and Angel Jones....

434459-thumb140.pngIn Strange Seas: Horror in the Royal Navy for Regency Cthulhu
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The Royal Navy meets the Mythos! In the Regency Era, the Royal Navy is all that stands between England and the imperial designs of Napoleon. Now, the sailors must also stand against the horrors of threats beyond all understanding! Can your investigators survive in the dangerous wooden world of a King’s ship? And if they do, will their reputations survive intact? What Do You Get? In Strange Seas provides a full 30-page setting guide for the world of the Royal Navy in Regency Cthulhu. In this guide, you get: Details about society and daily life at sea Tips for running naval combat, with a player-facing cheat sheet! Customized investigator creation, including Navy-specific occupations and backstory tables  Advice on using Reputation rules at sea, where a sailor may be poor in treasure b...

452135-thumb140.jpgThe Pirate and the Bride
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"Piracy is for everyone!"-Colin R. 1812, Nassau, Bahamas. The Investigators are celebrating the wedding of the Governor's daughter to a Naval Officer. At the lavish party, Tricky Jack and his Troubadours entertain the guests. A trick is then played on the bride...or is it really a trick? Included in this are: 5 Pregenerated Characters 4 Handouts Fully Statted NPCs Optional implementation of the Reputation Skill New Mythos Creature Piracy in the Bahamas and an NPC that can haunt your players. This is playable in one 3-4 hour session. CW: Ghostsly Skeletons. This scenario is for play with Call of Cthulhu 7e Keeper's book and the Regency Era Setting Guide. Now Available!: Purchase The Pirate and the Bride in the In Strange Seas Compendium in PDF, Softcover and Hardcover Formats here...

436916-thumb140.jpgThe Pursuit
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It is 1808 in the midst of Napoleon’s War. The HMS Plantagenet, a warship in the service of the British Navy, has been surprised by a larger, more heavily armed French ship in the mid-Atlantic. The Plantagenet, suffering from significant damage, now finds itself fleeing a superior opponent, even while strange and awful events unfold onboard. The Pursuit is a Regency Cthulhu scenario for up to six players portraying characters from His Majesty’s navy. Included as part of the In Strange Seas collection....

437222-thumb140.pngTime's Prisoners: A Regency Cthulhu Adventure on the High Seas
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Time's Prisoners A Pulp Regency Cthulhu Adventure for up to 6 players  Part of the In Strange Seas collection of adventures Playable in 1-2 sessions.   In 1816, the HMS Harrier sails for Saint Helena where Napoleon, the former Emperor of France, was exiled last year. Few of the Harrier’s passengers are entirely what they seem. Some conceal past scandals. Others carry secrets that endanger the ship. Enroute the HMS Harrier stumbles into a hole in time: an ancient prison holding ancient horrors. Will the heroes find their way home? Or will they die prisoners of time. This detailed, easy to run adventure includes: Detailed information on the ships and intertemporal prison Seven pregenerated Pulp Cthulhu investigators Handouts An optional side quest to expand the adventure ...


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June 24th, 2023
A wonderful group of scenarios with a central theme can be run as a campaign, or separate one shots. Nice balance of details for specific adventures, with lots ot blank spaces to put our own spin on them or more closely link the scenarios to each oth [...]
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May 12th, 2023
This bundle is ALL killer and no filler - 5 great reasons why the setting is worth checking out and plenty of ways to handle voyages in the Regency Era... The bundle is packed with 5 products linked thematically around the world of Sail in the [...]
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